Definition of “sworn” - English Dictionary

“sworn” in British English

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swornverb

uk /swɔːn/ us /swɔːrn/

past participle of swear

swornadjective [ before noun ]

uk /swɔːn/ us /swɔːrn/

formally and officially stated as being true:

a sworn testimony

(Definition of “sworn” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

“sworn” in American English

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swornadjective

us /swɔrn, swoʊrn/

Sworn enemies are people who are completely opposed to each other.

sworn

us /swɔrn, swoʊrn/

past participle of swear; formally or officially stated to be true:

He was asked to give a sworn statement (= statement formally and officially stated as true) for the trial.

(Definition of “sworn” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

“sworn” in Business English

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swornadjective [ before noun ]

uk /swɔːn/ us LAW

formally and officially stated to be true:

Investigators took sworn statements from a number of employees.

(Definition of “sworn” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)